Food, Invited Review

Dim Sum @Luk Yu Tea House 陸羽茶館, Starhill Gallery

May 5, 2014
Luk Yu Tea House Kuala Lumpur
Luk Yu Tea House Starhill Gallery
Luk Yu Tea House
Luk Yu Tea House Starhill Gallery
Dining at Luk Yu Tea House was a rather unique experience; its open concept of merging carved latticed window and stained glass window panels allows soothing live jazz music as Fly Me to the Moon propagating into the ears of patrons while enjoying rows and rows of dim sum in bamboo steamer baskets, sitting comfortably on crafted Chinese wooden chairs and perhaps, admiring the Chinese chess tabletop alongside with porcelain tableware.
Luk Yu Tea House
Being served all day, their pork-free gourmet dim sum varies from steamed dumplings (including the must-have Siew Mai  steamed chicken and prawn dumpling and Har Kau –steamed crystal prawn dumpling), crispy deep-fried (radish cake, yam puff), buns (barbequed chicken, golden custard), to Chee Cheong Fun and porridge. In addition to this, Luk Yu Tea House also serves other ala-carte dishes.
Steamed Shanghainese Chicken Dumpling “Xiao Long Bao” 上海小籠包 RM9.80 
Bursting of flavorful broth followed after one single bite through the slightly thick skin. The chicken filling was so good it made almost no difference.
Luk Yu Tea House Starhill Gallery
Deep Fried Prawn and Mango Roll 香芒鮮蝦筒 RM7.80 
Sinful yet crispy bites from the breadcrumb deep-fried method made lighter by the mango fruitiness.
Luk Yu Tea House Starhill Gallery
Steamed Scallop Dumpling 鮮蝦帶子餃 RM10.80 
Bouncy prawn and scallop beneath the translucent dumpling skin, beautifully embellished with black fish roes.
Luk Yu Tea House
Wok Fried Radish Cake with Egg and Bean Sprout 香炒蘿蔔糕 RM10.80 
Stir fried with chives, bean sprouts, egg, aromatic dried radish, crispy dried shrimp and mild chili just for the spiciness, this radish cake is another must-have here.
Luk Yu Tea House Starhill Gallery
Wok Fried Prawns Coated with Chicken Floss and Mayonnaise Dressing 雞絲蝦毬 RM39 
Such pretty presentation as if these fried battered prawns with mayonnaise dressing sitting on top of a bed of chicken floss rolling their way out from the basket. They were sweet, bouncy and nevertheless great touch with that chicken floss.
Luk Yu Tea House
Fried Noodles “Sang Mee” with King Prawns Topped with Egg Broth 滑蛋生蝦面 RM48 
Like an island, these two halved king prawns laying graciously on top of deep-fried crispy Sang Mee and an ocean of thick broth with egg. The combination was great and nothing too greasy.
*This food tasting session was organised by HungryGoWhere Malaysia – Discover, Eat, Share today!
Luk Yu Tea House
Luk Yu Tea House 陸羽茶館
Feast Village, Starhill Gallery 181, 
Jalan Bukit Bintang, Starhill Gallery, 
55100 Kuala Lumpur. 
 +603 – 2782 3850 
Mon – Sat   12pm – 11pm 
Sun & Public Holidays   10am – 11pm
  • Gorgeous photos as always! I'm hungry already… (nothing unusual)

  • Hi Cheryl, again thank you so much for the great write up and photography. It was fun hosting you and the other bloggers with HungryGoWhere. Looking forward to your next visit to Feast Village!

  • Mmmmmm…I love dim sum and I am hungry now!! I like can imagine how the food taste like and start drooling, OMG, You shall warn us not to read if you r on diet… haha!!

  • SO MUCH LOVE FOR THIS POST!!! haven't had dimsum in a long while now.. think i'mma go have this this weekend (': thank you for sharing!

  • mayo + chicken floss..yum yum

  • Thank you for the kind words! 😀

  • Thank you, it was really nice meeting you too, can't wait to see you again! 🙂

  • Haha. I was supposed to be on a diet. supposed to be. xD Dim sum is actually one of the reasons why I would wake up early in the morning.

  • Thank you for dropping by! You have a great blog there. 😀

  • The yummilicious combination 😛

  • appreciate the compliment, thanks!